Word of the day: finifugal. (Adjective) hating endings; of someone who tries to avoid or prolong the final moment of a story, relationship, or some other journey.

I believe that’s the best way to describe today, a day I didn’t want to think about, this is coming from a man who’s excited to know what’s beyond death.

As my fellow, CoD and PUBG players would understand the objective is to hit the target and not to become the target, and the way to do that is to focus on your target and move around, I guess life is the same.

We had a bloody good run if you ask me, we created an environment that was fun to work, we had friends at work when others had colleagues. We started with nothing and ended with a little more than nothing J. People who remember the beginning would truly understand how much we as a team have improved. However, nothing in the world is perfect, nor are we and as long as we acknowledge that, we will improve. That is the only thing I ask of you, always try to be a better version of you and to never stop improving.

Every one of you, past and present, had taught me something and helped me to improve and I’m going to miss that. I really can’t thank you guys enough for being such a wonderful bunch of humans. Thank you from the bottom of my heart!

Anyway, today was a truly humbling experience, and a shot of reality of what I’m going to be missing in my life from now on. However, the memories, and lessons we learned, will always be with us and belong to us, just like Saint Crispin’s day belonged to the men who fought at Agincourt :D

This story shall the good man teach his son;
And Crispin Crispian shall ne’er go by,
From this day to the ending of the world,
But we in it shall be remembered —
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers (& sisters);
For (s)he to-day that sheds his/her blood with me
Shall be my brother (& sister);

A simpler translation for all the gangsters in da house; Wars come and go, but my soldiers stay eternal, peace!

P.S. Shakespeare did not live in a gender-neutral era.

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